Matunga Market
Matunga Market
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Nish0901
New Delhi, India1,147 contributions
Oct 2019
It is a market and not a tourist place. A person can get almost all types of items here. Fruits and vegetables are also sold here. You can also find good south Indian eateries here.
Written October 28, 2019
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Lets Travel Wise
Mumbai, India51 contributions
May 2019
If you want to experience the real Bombay then this is the place to go! If you thought Mumbai is no more than the financial capital of the worlds fastest growing economy, you will be forced to think again, as you stand here. This is the pot into which melts the thriving community life of Mumbaikars. Mumbai is a dichotomy and there is no better place to make you realise this. I went on the Matunga & Dadar Parsi Colony walking tour by HopOn india, using their App. It was a discovery - a revelation of the true spirit of the city- where culture overtakes the professionalism of the fast urban life and each one works to preserve theirs in their own little way. If you are a photography enthusiast you would not want to miss the flower market at any cost- you have to go there to see it, feel it, smell it and live it! HopOn to Matunga!
Written May 21, 2019
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Nikhil P
Mumbai, India1,327 contributions
Nov 2018 • Friends
A busy local market where one can buy vegetables , flowers and pooja items, daily house hold chore items . It is quite popular with the locals who come here to buy stuff as the prices are not sky high and bargaining can be done quite easily. It remains quite busy most of the time.
Written November 16, 2018
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Sonika A
Mumbai, India801 contributions
Sep 2018 • Friends
You can get almost anything and everything here - vegetables, spices, apparel, footwear, flowers, puja items, etc. The flower market is a sight for sore eyes! Explore this market in the early morning to experience its true charm. The items don't burn a hole in your pocket but it's great if you can bargain.
Written November 10, 2018
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archanasohoni
Mumbai, India5 contributions
Jun 2018 • Friends
I have been a Mumbaiite all my life....Have known of Matunga as 'Mini Madras' and relished on RamaNayak and Madras cafe food all during my college days. And yet found this 'hop on India' walk enlightening. The stories behind some of the legendary institutes and cafes were refreshing. Matunga-Dadar belt is a melting pot of different cultures and it was enjoyable to soak in it.
Written October 3, 2018
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Aman K
Mumbai, India24 contributions
Jan 2018
Landmark market of the region . It is reminiscent of the regular vegetable and flower market. The Flower market is excellent due to its proximity the famous Matunga temples
Written May 28, 2018
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Akash G
Mumbai, India1 contribution
Mar 2018 • Friends
The only mini south India experience in the City. The restaurants offer best South Indian food here. I would recommend to Take a tour of HopOn India's Matunga & Dadar Parsi Colony Walk & explore more about the culture, food & stories here. #HopOn India Matunga & Dadar Parsi Colony Walk.
Written March 26, 2018
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nitsj76
1,039 contributions
Jan 2018 • Family
The Marunga market may be somewhat chaotic but is a great place to go for fresh vegetables and fruits from vendors who throng the place.

There are many ships storing articles from South India. The many Udipi & other South Indian eateries are a delight and one shouldn't miss having breakfast or meals during the day.

Better to use public transport as parking for own vehicles can be a bit of a problem
Written February 22, 2018
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Sagnik B
3 contributions
Nov 2017
This is one of the famous marketing spots of Mumbai. Go here to buy flowers and fruits of different kinds.
The famous South Indian eateries nearby also make it a good place to hog tasty, delicious breakfasts!
Written February 6, 2018
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Viswanathan K
Mumbai, India90 contributions
Jan 2018
One destination for all fruits, vegetables and flowers at Matunga market. All items available fresh and comes daily from wholesale markets.Even eateries like potato and banana chips comes from Kerala and Chennai are available.
Written January 22, 2018
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